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Two years ago, we wrote about the privatization of the GED Test in the U.S. Today, we're writing to update readers on the continuing trend of increasing competition among test providers and the rapidly expanding use of multiple tests nationwide. These changes affect students nationwide - and worldwide - who are preparing to sit for, and hopefully pass, their high school equivalency test.